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Twitter science

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Jamie Vernon

on 21 October 2013

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Transcript of Twitter science

How to Effectively Use Twitter for
Science Communication
Hosted by AAAS and AAAS SCORE Affinity Group
Featuring
Moderated by
"So what makes Twitter the ultimate scientific resource? Networking. If there’s one thing I’ve realized about academia, it’s that what you know is not all that matters when it comes to finding opportunities. Many times it also matters who you know, and maybe more importantly, who knows you!"
~ Morgan D. Jackson, Graduate Student/Blogger

We encourage you to Tweet about this event using #AAAStweets
Twitter Advice
1) Your choice of username does matter.
2) Ask yourself: why am I using Twitter?
3) Use a photo of YOU as your avatar.
4) Complete your bio.
5) Google is a much better way to find people than Twitter’s own search engine.
6) Use hashtags sparingly.
7) It’s all about engagement.
8) Monitor and reply to mentions and direct messages.
9) Talk about science.
10) Don’t underestimate the power of Twitter.
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